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Singapore-The Garden city

Singapore The Island country!





   Photo Credit: Credit Singapore Tourism Board


Singapore is in Sanskrit means the Lion City. Like a lion who’s presence cannot go unnoticed, Singapore marks her presence globally. Situated in southeast Asia, and made up of 63 islands. It is a country which host around 13 million tourists annually. One of the reasons why Singapore is really famous among the tourist around the world is because of its wonder pleasant weather, attractions for all age and last but not the least it's people who are incredibly friendly. 

Singapore is a country where each and every day is a pleasant one, some days slight rains might be on the horizon, but that certainly adds to the scenic value of your trip. When exploring the city make a point to visit The Merlion, The Buddhist temple and The Orchard road where all the high street fashion is available.apart from the above there are many place you can see while on your trip to Singapore like The Sentosa island which is basically an amusement park but just much more bigger and better than you can imagine, its an Island which has a golf course and has hosted the international PGA golf tournament. Sentosa Island also has some great beaches which have some thrilling water sports which will blow your socks off. You know that not it, Sentosa island has lot more to offer like the Universal studio Singapore, Underwater sea, Fort Siloso, Butterfly park, Insect kingdom, Tiger sky tower and Sentosa 4D adventure land etc. You can visit their official website for the complete list of attractions, you can have a look and decide what interest you the most. 


Usually it is really difficult to capture the whole image of a country which has so much to offer in one single post hence in the future I will be writing more about Singapore and attractions that are popular among tourist, so stay in tune with Blog for all the latest updates, having said that I would leave you guys with a travel plan which is most suitable for a 3 days trip to Singapore.

-Singapore Itinerary-

Day 1: City Tour

Drive by the Parliament house, Supreme court. Visit the old Buddhist-Taoist Temples. Visit Chinatown or Little India to pamper your taste buds. After Lunch proceed to Singapore Botanic garden to see mother nature at its best. End your day with crazy shopping at Orchard road.

Day 2: Safari

Spend your day visiting the most beautiful Zoo. The Zoo is a one of its kind, having 3600 Mammals, Birds, Reptiles including some rare and endangered ones. Later that day proceed Singapore night safari which is the first Nocturnal zoo.

Day 3: Sentosa Island 

Start your day at Sentosa by visiting Sea Aquarium, ticket cost would be around $35 per person. This place is accredited by Guinness world record, because it host, more than 100,000 marine animals, even check out Butterfly park and insect kingdom while you are at it. Near the Aquarium is Tiger sky tower and Sentosa 4D adventure land which are a must watch at least once. Later on proceed for lunch at Malaysian street food, it is a street filled with a small restaurant serving amazing food. Later that day visit the Universal studio Singapore. End your day on a wonderful beaches at Sentosa Island.

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